The colourful island town of Mombasa with its blend of ancient and modern buildings on the Indian Ocean is Kenya’s principal port and the country’s second largest city. A comprehensive tour of the island include the old Arab town, with its maze of narrow twisting alleys displaying the beautifully curved doors and verandahs, bazaars with curio and antique shops, the Dhow harbour still in use, a Hindu temple, a visit to the Akamba wood carvers and a drive to the bazaar for a short shopping expedition. The high light of the tour is probably the visit to Fort Jesus. Built in 1593 by the Portuguese to guard the entrance to the old Dhow harbour, it is the island’s Landmark. Four hundred years old, the port still stands and serves as a historical museum.

Mamba Village Tour – Mombasa and Africa’s largest crocodile farm

Book your afternoon transfer to a haven of reptiles, Mamba Village, Africa ‘s largest crocodile farm. Best time to visit is during the reptiles feeding time which usually takes place at 05.00pm. The crocodile farm also hosts beautiful botanical gardens which are worth a visit.

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  Haller Park (former Bamburi Nature Park ) Excursion

 What was once a wasteland has been reclaimed and transformed into an oasis casuarina trees and other tropical floral, a wide variety of wildlife like Buffalo, the unique lovers – Hippo and Mzee tortoise, crocodiles and other Reptiles can be seen wondering within crowned cranes.

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Ngomongo Village (Cultural Tour)

  Drive to the Ngomongo Village ‘, a miniature reflection of tribal community groundings. Sample their life styles and culture in the different tribal huts and catch a real life glimpse of what may have been during pre-colonial Kenya. A number of traditional huts serving different tribal groundings have been created in this theme village. Watch or participate in the traditional food preparation, sample the various local brews and marvel or participate in the tribal dances.

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Mombasa By Night

  Take an evening excursion aboard a traditional dhow to savour the sights and sounds of Mombasa ‘s historical city from the sea. Afterwards come ashore in the old town and walk to Fort Jesus escorted by guides in colourful costumes carrying flaming torches. A spectacular sound and light show is followed by dinner inside the Old Fort.

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Evening Tamarind Dhow Dinner Cruise

  Take an evening cruise aboard a traditional dhow and enjoy the perfect combination of good food, romantic atmosphere on this leisurely cruise in Mombasa Old Harbour. Highlights include a sumptuous seafood meal, dancing under the stars and a gentle cruise through the peaceful creeks of Mombasa.

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Full Day Dolphin Dhow Trip

  Depart from the hotel early in the morning and enjoy the scenic route that takes you through lush coconut and cashew nut plantations and the colourful villages of the Digo community. On arrival at Shimoni Jetty, board a motorized glass bottomed Lamu dhow (boat) which will sail you through an enchanting seascape of islands to Kisite, Kenya’s richest marine park.

Escorted by Dolphin experts makes this more than just a normal dhow trip.  It is in their natural Coral garden where you will snorkel and marvel at the prolific Marine life. A traditional sumptuous Sea food lunch will be served on board to ensure maximum time for Dolphin spotting. The island provides good vantage points overlooking the Dolphin’s play grounds and leisurely sailing provides tranquil silence to listen out for Dolphin whistles blowing off the sea. Later you will be transferred to Shimoni jetty for your transfer back to the hotel.

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Safari Cost will be provided on request. The cost will be based on the number of participants and the type of accommodation chosen. Price will include transport by a safari bus cost, all park fees, game drives as per the programme, mineral water, meals, Accommodation as per the programme. Price will not include the cost of soft & alcoholic drinks, nature water costs, Masai village costs, things of personal nature, tips and other gratitude.